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Old 04-02-2003, 08:09 PM
John Hines
 
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Default Settlement Tanks

"BenignVanilla" wrote:

"John Hines" wrote in message
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"BenignVanilla" wrote:

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I am mostly concerned with keeping large particles out of my pump. If

little
stuff makes it to the veggie filter, I won't mind. I posted somewhere

that I
intend to have a fairly shallow veggie filter, so cleaning it should not

be
an issue. So maybe the better question I could have asked is, what is the
best way to keep the large particles down? I want to have a bury-able
solution. I am leaning toward a large rubber made design that will have

the
pump in one end, and the feed in the other. Both separated by some

screening
material.


Like this one?

http://www.aquaart.com/StrBsk.html


For $35? Wow...I guess building one is a useless idea.


Check out the rest of their (aquaart) products, they have a bunch of
stuff that will save you time. For example

http://www.aquaart.com/draininstall.html